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R E L o c a t i o N Bradley County is 14 in tourism revenue
th
G U i D E among all 95 Tennessee counties.



Dining
attractions They may be small-city restaurants, but
We have plenty to do for outdoor they bring to the table big-city taste. From
enthusiasts and for those interested in more specialty pizzas and paninis to prime rib
intellectual or cultural pursuits. You can and capellini pancetta, Cleveland’s dining
options will tantalize your taste
take a wild summer ride on the rapids of buds and satisfy most cravings. If
the Ocoee River or a relaxing boat excursion you like savory barbecued brisket,
on the Hiwassee to view migrating sandhill an old-fashioned burger and malt,
cranes in the winter. See fall colors ablaze in or an exceptional deli sandwich, we
have locally owned eateries just for
you. If you prefer ine dining, we can
offer you mouth-watering Italian cuisine or Kobe beef in an elegant Western
atmosphere.
Some of our locally owned restaurants
are acclaimed in national publications.
Some are housed in historic old
buildings and offer a quaint ambiance.
Some feature live music on the patio
and ive-course wine dinners. Some
boast third- and fourth-generation

the Cherokee National Forest or hike a lush customers. All feature staffs that make
you feel welcome and will cause you
green trail in the spring. to want to come back.
If arts and culture are more to your
liking, you may enjoy a broad range of Recreation
entertainment—from Broadway-style Cleveland has a wealth of recreational activities, including three municipal
plays and musicals to poets and story- community centers, Boys
tellers—throughout the year. & Girls Club, Cleveland
Family YMCA, various
We can also issue you a passport to itness complexes, three
explore our Cherokee heritage, including municipal pools, three
Red Clay State Park, and the small town of private club pools, a
Charleston, where history is unfolding along private racquetball club,
the Hiwassee River. city parks with 11 tennis
For an outdoors arts experience, explore courts, one municipal golf
course, a county park with
the beauty and the bounty of Bradley County itness trail, a greenway,
by following the 12 colorful hand-painted softball and baseball
wooden quilt blocks that dot our landscape ields, one private golf
as part of the Appalachian Quilt Trail. Along course, two theatres, a
the way find handmade craft items, peruse bowling alley, a stock car
local shops and galleries, and pick up locally racing track and BMX
track, and organized programs in youth and adult softball, baseball, soccer
grown fruits and vegetables at farm markets. and football. Camping, hiking and ishing are available in nearby state and
The drive itself will afford you a view of some local parks. For more information contact the Convention & Visitors Bureau
of the most picturesque scenery anywhere. at 423-472-6587 or go online at www.visitclevelandtn.com.



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